Ketty Anyeko is a Postdoctoral Fellow with the Center for Criminology and Sociolegal Studies at the University of Toronto supervised by Prof. Kamari Clarke. She previously worked as an instructor and Postdoctoral Researcher with the Research Network on Women, Peace and Security (WPS) and the University of British Columbia (UBC). She holds a PhD in Interdisciplinary Studies from UBC (Canada) and MA in Peace Studies from Notre Dame University (United States). Ketty was awarded Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarship for her doctoral research that focused on women’s senses of justice and reparations in Uganda. She has two decades’ experience in peace, justice, and gender programme planning and implementation. She previously conducted action research, policy advocacy and documentation with conflict-affected communities through non-profit organizations in Uganda, but currently does scholarly work. She has engaged with conflict-affected communities, justice advocates, and policy makers in Uganda, Canada, and Philippines. Her current research focuses on children born of wartime forced pregnancy in Uganda and the International Criminal Court’s 2021 verdict on former rebel commander, Dominic Ongwen.

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